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Old 09-27-2012, 01:57 PM   #1501
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how long does it usually take for nameless to ship the product?
I was in the same state and at the time they made to order, so it took a couple weeks. For the actual shipping, shouldn't take but 3-4 days tops.

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I am looking to get the axle back delete for my 08 Sedan WRX. I am wondering how much louder it is than the stock exhaust. I am not looking for that much louder of a sound but also am going for a better look and sound than the stock one. Anyone get them put on a stock car? And is it a little step up over a super loud jump.
I'd say it's considerably louder. If you dont want a big jump, get the muffled version...
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Old 09-27-2012, 02:04 PM   #1502
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even with there being no other mods dont to my car at all?
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Old 09-27-2012, 02:32 PM   #1503
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I was in the same state and at the time they made to order, so it took a couple weeks. For the actual shipping, shouldn't take but 3-4 days tops.
When I ordered mine it took them 5 business days to make them and shipping to Ohio took another 5 business days. I think I waited two weeks exactly including weekends.

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even with there being no other mods dont to my car at all?
My 2012 is completely bone stock outside of the 5" muffled axle back and even that is considerably louder than stock. It's not louder all the time (idle and cruising on the highway are almost identical to stock) but when I get on it you know I have an exhaust. I can imagine the regular muffler delete is even louder. Remember, you're eliminating both of the factory mufflers so it's obviously going to be louder.
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Old 09-28-2012, 12:19 AM   #1504
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Would the muffler delete be the same? Normal at idle and hw but loud when accelerating? That's what I'm really looking for, I just don't necessarily want to be getting pulled over for it....
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Old 09-28-2012, 12:25 AM   #1505
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Would the muffler delete be the same? Normal at idle and hw but loud when accelerating? That's what I'm really looking for, I just don't necessarily want to be getting pulled over for it....
Pretty much. Idle will be similar, highway you will hear it slightly. If you ever go full exhaust (dp+midpipe) it's ****ing loud. If your worried about cops go with the 4 or 5 inch. They both will sound great when you get on it and will get slightly louder with a dp+ midpipe (when/if you do)
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Old 09-28-2012, 12:38 AM   #1506
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Pretty much. Idle will be similar, highway you will hear it slightly. If you ever go full exhaust (dp+midpipe) it's ****ing loud. If your worried about cops go with the 4 or 5 inch. They both will sound great when you get on it and will get slightly louder with a dp+ midpipe (when/if you do)
I'd disagree, even at idle, nameless delete is loud as hell, and even louder with Do as you mention. If you don't want loud, just go with mufflered, you'll get the aoins when you push it but idles a lot more mellow
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Old 09-30-2012, 08:47 AM   #1507
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I just ordered my nameless axleback with the 4" mufflers and 3.5" single wall tips on Thursday. I can not wait for them to arrive. If you want to know what the muffler delete sounds like just take off the stock mufflers. I did that and I decided that it was a little too loud when cruising so I went for the mufflers. From what iv heard and read, the 4" is almost as loud but more refined so I know I will enjoy it. Ill post my review if the 4" when they arrive.
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Old 09-30-2012, 08:55 AM   #1508
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$899 for the hatchback version? didn't these things used to be $499?
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Old 09-30-2012, 10:29 AM   #1509
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$899 for the hatchback version? didn't these things used to be $499?
The full cat back is $899 for the hatch. That includes the muffler delete and a midpipe. The muffler delete alone starts at $485 for the hatch.
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Old 10-01-2012, 03:57 PM   #1510
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I have my nameless turboback sitting on the garage floor, its going to be installed in a few weeks I can't wait.

The downpipe is seriously the best design I have ever seen. Having the wastegate bypass the cat is freaking brilliant, boost should be rock solid.
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Old 10-01-2012, 04:39 PM   #1511
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I have my nameless turboback sitting on the garage floor, its going to be installed in a few weeks I can't wait.

The downpipe is seriously the best design I have ever seen. Having the wastegate bypass the cat is freaking brilliant, boost should be rock solid.
Enjoy! I agree it is a great design
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Old 10-02-2012, 04:59 PM   #1512
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Do you think the 5" mufflers are enough to disturb neighbours if lets say i come late like 4 am at night, or is it quite enough that i can just scoop into my garage without any1 waking up? and can any1 give me insight on the sound levels between the 4" and teh 5"? thanks!
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Old 10-02-2012, 05:14 PM   #1513
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They rate them in the product description on a 1-10 scale.
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Old 10-02-2012, 09:25 PM   #1514
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I have my nameless turboback sitting on the garage floor, its going to be installed in a few weeks I can't wait.

The downpipe is seriously the best design I have ever seen. Having the wastegate bypass the cat is freaking brilliant, boost should be rock solid.
definitely agree, divorced wastegate is the way all down pipes should be made. Nameless knows how its done. That said these guys are no joke!
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Old 10-09-2012, 04:06 PM   #1515
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I can give my personal opinion on sound levels since I have owned 2 versions at this point.

Scale 1-10. (Stock-3, Straight Exhaust - 10)

Muffler Delete - 6
Muffler Delete with Catted Downpipe - 8
4" Muffler with Catted Downpipe - 5/6

My ears tend to think the 4" muffler was about the same (or a bit quieter) dB level as just the axleback.

These ratings are at WOT. At warm idle this exhaust is quiet in all forms. I will say the 4" muffler has a tiny bit of drone at 2-3k but disappears quickly and is usually drowned out by a hard pull or the radio.
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Old 10-16-2012, 05:10 PM   #1516
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just installed my nameless on my sti. I LOVE the sound

and i installed at my mechanic because i broke my finger so i couldnt do it myself, he loved the welds.
Good job Nameless !!
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Old 10-17-2012, 07:33 PM   #1517
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Wow!

It has been a while since any of us have been in this thread. A big thank you to everyone for all of the kind words.

I will be starting a Nameless Performance Q&A thread (Click Here) to help answer some of your questions, and I will do my best to check it a few times a week at least.

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Old 10-19-2012, 10:04 AM   #1518
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Are there pictures of all of the possible tip options anywhere?
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Old 10-19-2012, 10:13 AM   #1519
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Are there pictures of all of the possible tip options anywhere?
Go to their website...
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Old 10-19-2012, 10:37 AM   #1520
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Go to their website...
The pictures don't change when you select different tip options.
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The pictures don't change when you select different tip options.
They should *hint hint nameless*
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Old 10-19-2012, 12:03 PM   #1522
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Have a 2011 WRX Sedan with Double walled, Staggered, flush, muffler delete.
Stg 1 AP stock exhaust

I have been looking at this for sometime to replace the 15-20lbs OEM Mufflers during Autox. I was debating between Nameless or going to a muffler shop and them make a turndown.
I got a great deal for them from another user on the nasioc that i couldn't pass up.


They look a lot better than OEM(wish i had 3.5" tips I think they would fill in better). Like I said, it weighs a lot less then the OEM as well.

Fitment was good.

Idle to no load =/< 2500 rpm: Its barely noticeable over OEM.

Accelerating/Load > 2500 RPM: Definitely deeper tones that enhance the flat 4 rumble. Yet it is not obnoxiously loud.

Highway/Interstate Coasting: It drones. Its not as bad as something like N1 types but it does drone. It probably doesn't help that our trunks echo everything into the cabin.

Buttdyno: I didn't notice any difference. And I seriously doubt a tune would net anything over 2whp.

If you are looking for enhanced sound without dropping $600+ for a catback, this is your product. Its even better if you get a deal for a used one.

Since it is easy to remove/install, I will be putting OEM back on and just using it for Autox events.
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Old 10-19-2012, 12:18 PM   #1523
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Have a 2011 WRX Sedan with Double walled, Staggered, flush, muffler delete.
Stg 1 AP stock exhaust

I have been looking at this for sometime to replace the 15-20lbs OEM Mufflers during Autox. I was debating between Nameless or going to a muffler shop and them make a turndown.
I got a great deal for them from another user on the nasioc that i couldn't pass up.


They look a lot better than OEM(wish i had 3.5" tips I think they would fill in better). Like I said, it weighs a lot less then the OEM as well.

Fitment was good.

Idle to no load =/< 2500 rpm: Its barely noticeable over OEM.

Accelerating/Load > 2500 RPM: Definitely deeper tones that enhance the flat 4 rumble. Yet it is not obnoxiously loud.

Highway/Interstate Coasting: It drones. Its not as bad as something like N1 types but it does drone. It probably doesn't help that our trunks echo everything into the cabin.

Buttdyno: I didn't notice any difference. And I seriously doubt a tune would net anything over 2whp.

If you are looking for enhanced sound without dropping $600+ for a catback, this is your product. Its even better if you get a deal for a used one.

Since it is easy to remove/install, I will be putting OEM back on and just using it for Autox events.
I have a 2011 sti sedan
I guess it depends on the person but i dont find it drones on the highway at all, I have stock speakers and can hear my music fine and can still talk with someone without speaking louder then usual
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Old 10-24-2012, 11:28 PM   #1524
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Was considering the SPT or the Invidia Q300 but now I want this. This sounds phenomenal.
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Old 10-26-2012, 03:11 AM   #1525
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What's up guys, I brought my car back to stock and it's weird not having my car ridiculously loud haha. Not sure if anyone heard my car on the first page but here it is anyways. It had a Perrin catted downpipe + Nameless 3" axleback (no mufflers)

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